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How microtargeting is transforming political campaigns.
Legislators seek new ways to handle electronic waste, the growing byproduct of the Information Age.
The Eastern District of Pennsylvania uses technology to identify and target criminals.
The Alcotest replaces the Breathalyzer in parts of New Jersey.
Fears for the safety of judges, police officers and other officials spark debates over personal information on e-government sites.
Kentwood, Mich.'s City Hall gets a technology makeover.
Will my fingerprints ever pass muster?
Director of Communication and Technology, Reno, Nev.
Drucker called the computer a "moron," but IT will miss him.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury wants paper Federal Tax Deposit coupons to fall by the wayside.
Decision support software helps Missouri forecast annual statewide facility costs.